Airport Checkpoint of Tomorrow
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The aviation security industry is buzzing with anticipation of a “checkpoint of the future.” This stems from inconveniences hindering the traveling public on one side, and the inadequacy of security that troubles government regulators worldwide on the other. There is growing consensus that the solution to the checkpoint problem, e.g. allowing passengers to simply walk to their gates uninterrupted by security checks, is to be arrived at via sensor fusion and intelligent networking of security sensors (threat detection technologies), most of which already exist. The Silicom Ventures' event will present a behind the scenes look into both existing and future technologies and the hurdles of their adoption.
|DATE :||June 14, 2011|
|VENUE :||KPMG - 500 E. Middlefield Rd. Mountain View, CA|
Yotam Margalit Director of Strategic Initiatives, Morpho Detection Inc.
Yotam Margalit is the director of Strategic Initiatives for Morpho Detection Inc., formerly GE Security's Homeland Protection business. In recent years he held strategic and marketing positions focusing primarily on the CTX family of X-ray based explosives detection systems. Prior to this, Yotam worked for the Israeli Ministry of Defense (ISA) where he held roles with responsibilities in evaluation, testing, and certification of explosive detection systems for the Israeli government. Before joining the ISA Yotam was an explosive ordinance disposal team leader in the Israeli Defense Forces.
Amir Neeman Director of Security Planning, LeighFisher Management Consultants
Mr. Neeman has been involved in aviation security, homeland protection, and specifically security technologies, currently working as Director of the security planning practice at Jacobs Consultancy. Assisting the TSA with a nationwide strategic planning regarding the deployment of screening equipment, part of this project involves development of economic models and simulation modeling to support strategic planning as well as the TSA Planning Guidelines and Design Standards. Prior to joining LeighFisher (2001-2005), Amir was with InVision Technologies, Inc., as a senior product manager. During 1994-2001, Amir held various positions within the Israeli Security Agency (ISA). Amir holds an MBA (major in technology management) from the Technion Institute of Technology, Israel.
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